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The Agdal Gardens are gardens, of about 400 hectares of surface, to the south of Dar El Makhzen, the Royal Palace, and the medina in Marrakech, Morocco. Their name derives from the Berber language for "walled meadow". Extending for some 3 kilometres, the gardens include groves of orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees in rectangular plots, linked by olive-lined walkways.
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Summer's Empire (2010)
by J. C. Miller
Agdal Gardens is a true wonder of the world. The remainder of the day was spent relaxing and reading ~69~...
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